Category Archive: Wimbledon

Kyrgios calls Tsitsipas “soft” after Wimbledon victory

The Defendant, Nick Kyrgios, states his case against the Plaintiff, Stefanos Tsitsipas: 1. “I’m not sure how I bullied him. He was the one hitting balls at me, he was the one that… Continue reading

Tsitsipas calls Kyrgios a “bully” after Wimbledon loss

The Plaintiff, Stefanos Tsitsipas, states his case against the Defendant, Nick Kygrios: 1. “They are repetitive over and over again. It starts to really get — it starts to get really difficult to… Continue reading

Tsitsipas wants to serve and volley more

—Stefanos Tsitsipas says he wants to serve and volley 30 percent more than he’s been doing at Wimbledon.  He thinks it’s too risky to serve and volley on every point like Maxime Cressy.… Continue reading

Tan gives Serena no harmony

—Not many at Wimbledon play like Harmony Tan. You’ll sometimes see puffers playing junkball on the asphalt at nearby Wimbledon Park, but not on the manicured grass at the All England Club against… Continue reading

Alcaraz already a big server at age 19

There’s a lot to love about Carlos Alcaraz. The speed. The dropshots. The kick serve. And how about his big serve. At age 19, he hit several serves over 130 miles per hour,… Continue reading

Medvedev loses way to the top

Daniil Medvedev isn’t playing like the world’s number one player. He hasn’t won a title since beating Novak Djokovic to win the US Open last September, and he blew a big lead to… Continue reading

Djokovic finds Federer’s weak spot in Wimbledon final

How did Novak Djokovic beat Roger Federer, 7-6 (5), 1-6, 7-6 (4), 4-6, 13-12 (3) in the Wimbledon 2019 final despite Roger winning 14 more points, hitting 40 more winners and 15 more… Continue reading

Simona rocks Serena in Wimbledon final

  … Simona Halep has probably been the best player on tour the past five years, other than Serena Williams. The WTA has hyped other players such as Genie Bouchard, Naomi Osaka and… Continue reading

High hopes, low results for Canadians at Wimbledon

— High expectations, low results. Canada earlier this year was a “rising superpower”, according to the Guardian and others. Bianca Andreescu won Indian Wells. Teen phenoms Denis Shapovalov and Felix Auger-Aliassime went deep… Continue reading

Wang Qiang finding confidence at Wimbledon

— Wang Qiang, looking good in a white Stella McCartney and Adidas hoodie, is speaking in English with more confidence these days.  She came into Wimbledon ranked 15 in the world, and she… Continue reading